Hangzhou Scholars Club Hotel
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Today was an interesting day – rushing to breakfast before it closes, meeting with the team shortly after followed by the first RRU and ZGU Badminton tournament, which – may I add – we won! Grace and I made a fabulous team and won both of our matches, despite some feisty
competition. After the tournament Grace told me that she was tired, so I just headed out with Rohene and Tee ...
... of the varied tastes and styles of Chinese cuisine outside of China. And I can understand why: Once a number of restaurants have established what Chinese cuisine is like and people love it, other restaurant owners need to include these same favourites on their menu, otherwise they will lose out on customers, who have come to expect certain dishes and flavours from that cuisine. And before you know it the cuisine of a country almost ...
... in Spain, which to my dismay is not a tea drinking nation at all, people do strictly distinguish the two. And how fascinating is it that tea in Chinese is called cha?! That’s almost like chai, which is used across so many cultures and languages as the word for tea – I’m sure the linguistic roots of tea can be traced back by the same route as the economic ones.
... had planned to buy since I put 5 oranges, 2 asian pears, and a dragon fruit in my basket, but the woman at the check out took them out of my basket and asked me (I THOUGHT she asked me) if I wanted them in their own bag.... I said no, and she proceeded to place them down, and not scan them. I assumed she was saving them for last, then she asked me to pay and I asked about all my fruit.... turns out she actually asked if I wanted the fruit at all! WELL OF COURSE I WANT THE ...
... singing. We tried some of their candy samples and bought a container of peanut brittle-type candy which was really tasty. We also saw a talented glass blower and several people eating fried octopus on a stick. Brennan's highlight was playing "snap and catch" in the street. It is a type of soft mitt that snaps out a ball that another player catches in his mitt at the same time his ball is snapped to you. Brennan did very well and ...